Daily Jobs - April 27th 2017

First Source Hiring Program

Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD)

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April 27th 2017

Daily Job List

These opportunities are made possible by the First Source Hiring Program.

In order to be considered, please submit resumes of qualified candidates to sfjobs@manpower.com as a MS Word document and indicate in the subject line which position(s) they are applying for.

All positions are located in San Francisco unless otherwise stated.


Administrative/Clerical/Front Desk

Children’s Council of San Francisco- For over 40 years, Children's Council has been the central hub for San Francisco's child care community. Our mission is to connect families to child care that meets their needs and to work with parents, providers and community partners to make quality child care and early education a reality for all children in our city.


Client Relations Representative

$17.73 per hour (full time M-F 8:30am-5pm)

Deadline to apply: May 10th 2017



  • You like to be early to everything- you are painstakingly punctual.
  • You are a “people person” with a can-do positive attitude, easy manner and a high energy level.
  • You are professional at all times and you manage stressful situations with grace and poise.
  • You thrive in a busy, bustling environment
  • Ideal candidate is bilingual in English and Cantonese, but will consider candidates who are not fully bilingual
  • Must have at least 1-3 years’ experience in an administrative role
  • Must be Proficient in Microsoft Office products, specifically Outlook and Word



  • Welcome visitors by acknowledging and greeting them, in person or on the telephone courteously and professionally.
  • Ensure clients get served expediently by maintaining staff availability calendars and department directories, receiving paperwork, and directing clients to the appropriate resources.
  • Maintain safety and security by following procedures; monitoring logbook; issuing visitor badges and ensuring the confidentiality of clients



Cauas Justa::Just Cause - Causa Justa ::Just Cause builds grassroots power and leadership to create strong, equitable communities. Born through mergers between Black organizations and Latino organizations, we build bridges of solidarity between working class communities.


Immigration Rights Campaign Organizer

$20.67-$22.12 per hour (full time)

Deadline to apply: May 10th 2017



  • Strong commitment to social, racial and economic justice
  • At least one year experience in community organizing with low-income communities of color
  • Knowledge of issues impacting immigrants local, state and nationally
  • Familiarity with San Francisco and Oakland including – local history, geography of the city / neighborhoods, knowledge of various organizations, political issues and players etc.
  • Strong personal organization skills
  • Experienced with computers - including familiarity with Word, Excel and Google calendar
  • Fully bilingual in Spanish / English - including the ability to translate written documents from one language to the other. Native Spanish speakers preferred



  • Plan and facilitate “know your rights trainings” in San Francisco with the San Francisco Immigrant Legal and Education Network.
  • Identify and build relationships with local organizations and institutions that will be appropriate venues for these trainings
  • Track and report outcomes of these trainings to the rest of the organization and funders
  • Provide case management to SF Residents impacted by immigration enforcement and mass deportation
  • Hold responder shifts on 24hr Rapid Response Hotline
  • Support Rapid Response efforts including: ICE incident verification, legal referrals intakes and detention accompaniment
  • Coordinate and staff member campaign committee
  • Recruit, retain and develop members in campaign committee
  • Provide support to members to carry out campaign activities
  • Mobilize members to campaign events, actions and organizational activities
  • Responsible for tracking and reporting all outcomes related to our member recruitment, retention and development work to the rest of the organizations and our funders
  • Support the Immigrant Rights Lead Organizer in implementing any aspects of the campaign work as needed
  • Participate and support all organizational events and activities as needed including but not limited to fundraising, civic engagement, mass mobilizations etc.